In-home care aide facing 65 new fraud-related charges involving elderly victims: Surrey RCMP

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A financial crime unit released a photo and description seeking more potential victims in July 2022.

Another 65 fraud-related charges involving 19 elderly victims have been laid against a former Surrey care aide.

An investigation was launched a month before that into allegations from one victim. Dozens more alleged victims have since come forward.

Earlier this week, 65 more charges were laid, including fraud over $5,000, unlawfully entering a dwelling, assault, theft of credit cards and possession of a forged document. Most of the victims were in Surrey.

Chamdal, who worked as an in-home care aide, was arrested Wednesday on the new charges and is in custody until her next court appearance.

The original charge on June 29 involved a wallet reported stolen from a 96-year-old man’s Richmond home. Police allege the credit and debit cards were allegedly fraudulently in Surrey and Delta.

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